The essence of Mikimoto in a bottle – The high jewelry brand launches its first fragrance

Mikimoto is known around the globe as Japan’s representative jeweler. As much as pearls have paved their path, they too have put cultured pearls on the map. Kokichi Mikimoto was the first in the world to successfully culture a pearl. 125 years ago they created the world’s first cultured pearl, and now in 2020, they are set to introduce their first-ever fragrance. Mikimoto Eau de Parfum is the result of collaboration with Scent Beauty, the world’s first multi-brand e-commerce platform for bespoke scents. As expected the scent of the sea will satiate your olfactory senses with a whiff of fresh citrus notes. Pearls too play a key role in Mikimoto’s first fragrance in the form of an exquisite floral blend of iris and magnolia inspired by their mystique and immense beauty. The scent closes with woody notes merged with the mellowness of saffron rendering a truly luxuriant perfume. One cannot help but get fascinated with the gorgeousness of the svelte bottle that translates the charm of pearls into a tangible perfume bottle. The design is reminiscent of a pearl within its shell with clever use of exquisite colors and luster of pearls.

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Scent Beauty CEO, Stephen Mormoris on Mikimoto’s foray into fine fragrance said, “Mikimoto represents a highly refined expression of pure elemental beauty that has now been exquisitely captured in a scent”. A 75ml bottle of the Mikimoto Eau de Parfum is available for $275.

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